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Using IcePatch2 with Java

zhizhi Member Zhi Quan LeeOrganization: University of AucklandProject: Dynamic Reconfiguration with Correctness Assurance ✭✭
Hi,

I couldn't find any demos of IcePatch2 with Java. I'm starting to do weird things like use the Java runtime to call the icepatch2client service when I know I should really be using the IcePatch2 library methods.

What do I need to import and how do I access the IcePatch2 library?

I looked at the cpp demo file and it imports these:
#include <IcePatch2/ClientUtil.h>
#include <IcePatch2/Util.h>

What is the Java equilvalent? Ice.IcePatch2.* ? I tried that but to no avail. And how about: IcePatch2::PatcherPtr patcher = new IcePatch2::Patcher(_communicator, feedback);

I want to be able to call the patcher from within my Java program. Have you got a basic template of a Java IcePatch2 application I can refer to?

public class Client extends Ice.Application {
public static void main(String args[]) {
IcePatch2.???
}}

Thanks!

Comments

  • marcmarc FloridaAdministrators, ZeroC Staff Marc LaukienOrganization: ZeroC, Inc.Project: The Internet Communications Engine ZeroC Staff
    We only have an IcePatch2 client (and a client library) for C++. If you want to use Java for the client, you would have to write your own Java version of the IcePatch2 client.
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